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is there any known issue about gcc3.2 handling exception?

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Hi,
I have a code using exception, it works great on Solaris using Forte
compiler, but on Linux using gcc3.2, there are some strange problem
which ends up "segment fault", I am tracking the problem, but I have a
feeling it's because of the exception.

Is there any known issue of this? Is it better for me not use
exception if I want to port the code to Linux?

Thanks.

Jul 22 '05 #1
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John Black wrote:
Hi,
I have a code using exception, it works great on Solaris using Forte
compiler, but on Linux using gcc3.2, there are some strange problem
which ends up "segment fault", I am tracking the problem, but I have a
feeling it's because of the exception.

Is there any known issue of this? Is it better for me not use
exception if I want to port the code to Linux?

Thanks.

This is o.t to the current n.g. That said, it is difficult to
believe that exception handling in gcc would be the cause of your seg.
fault. You would probably want to trace it before you conclude the same.
--
Karthik.
Jul 22 '05 #2

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